The Farr 395 One Design was created for the club sailor who has an eye on speed, ease of handling, and the fun of competitive and comfortable club racing in a dual-purpose yacht. It's quick under sail, yet beautifully appointed and constructed. Described as "ahead of its time . . . and ahead of the fleet" in a Sailing Magazine review. These traits are incorporated into the Farr 395 OD. The concept, design and tooling reflect the experience gained in grand prix race boats and world-class cruising boats. The Farr 395 OD will appeal to avid sailors who need a true dual purpose racer cruiser that is very comfortable and easy to cruise shorthanded, or fun and exhilarating to race at a competitive level.
Quick under sail, particularly in light choppy conditions
Easy to double hand with its non-overlapping jibs, runner-less carbon rig and sprit
Capable of carrying the weight associated with cruising accommodations and gear
Capable of serious open ocean cruising and racing
Please contact Master User at 410 267 6550
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 39 ft 4 in
Beam: 12 ft 0 in
LWL: 34 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 7 ft 10 in
Displacement: 12500 lbs
Ballast: 4580 lbs
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
L-galley to starboard just inside the companionway
Corian counter tops
Top loading icebox with manual pump out
Two burner Tasco propane stove with oven
Stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water
Slide out trash drawer
Volvp MD2040 direct injection diesel 40 hp @3600 rpm
Sail drive with folding prop (SailDrive replaced by NEB in 2007)
Martec folding prop, new 2009
Racor fuel filter with water separator.
Single lever controls at cockpit
All the way forward are the V-berths, with entrance to port and forward of the mast. Just ahead of the mast to starboard is the head compartment, with shower and sump. The main salon is full width, with a drop leaf table forward on the centerline. Drop leaf table has large leaves that make for a large dining area when raised. Settees port and starboard offer comfortable seating, and sea-berths as desired. At the bottom of the companionway steps, to starboard is the galley. To port, the nav station has a dedicated seat and chart table. Quarter berths on either side of the companionway offer significant storage space, or sea berths, as required.
Carbon fiber mast with swept back double spreader rig
Carbon fiber retractable sprit, starboard side
Rod rigging, discontinuous
Navtec hydraulic backstay
Harken Quattro self tailing dual-drum winches on housetop, port and starboard
Starboard Quattro is electric, useable for main halyard etc.
Hood roller furling drum located underdeck in anchor locker
Blue Moon has a complete set of Raymarine instruments, a below-deck
North Star GPS and helm mounted Garmin GPS. She has an autohelm and excellent audio system, UHF, etc.
The mainsail was new this year, a Quantum partly carbon sail that is excellent and has two sets of reef points-and the sail cover is new. The #1 jib is now roller furling with vertical battens, also Quantum and about 4 years old and in excellent condition. There are two class spinnakers, both in very good condition. A third smaller spinnaker, that was bought for the 2003 Marion to Bermuda Race. is also in very good condition. There is a workable #2 jib.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 877-393-9034Tel: 410 267 6550